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Class of 2020 Graduation Festivities

[vc_row padding="no-padding"][vc_column][vc_column_text]Now that the 2020 school year is under way, you may be turning your attention to graduation activities. Please review the following information about all upcoming activities and events as your senior concludes their high school experience. We look forward to celebrating this important occasion.  Be sure to check back frequently as we update this page as more details unfold.[/vc_column_text][cs_alert type="danger" icon="fa-exclamation-triangle"]Still need to order a cap & gown unit?.  All seniors participating in commencement will need these 4 items:
  • Cap
  • Gown
  • Tassel
  • Stole
This 4 piece grad unit can be found on line 26 of the order form for $56.00.  You have 3 ways to order:  By phone at 1.800.567.8367, by mail (address on order form), or online from the Josten's website.  If you already have a (red) cap & gown, you can order the tassel and stole separately on the order form or by calling Jostens at 1-800-567-8367 (single item stoles are only available by order form or by calling the Jostens 1-800 number).  Go to  Jostens.com to see the complete line of graduation items available.  AP Capes and Honor Cords are optional and can be purchased after 3rd quarter.  Fees for these two items will show on the accounts for eligible students and can be purchased through Touchbase or at the school accounting office.[/cs_alert][cs_alert type="info" icon="im-spinner12"]Please check back frequently as we update each tab (Ceremony, Other Events, Important Dates, Other Information, and FAQ's) on this post as new information becomes available.[/cs_alert][vc_tabs][vc_tab title="Ceremony" tab_id="1459545338-2-322bbc-ca16" icon="fa-graduation-cap"][vc_column_text][/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]

Graduation Ceremony

June 16, 2020 | 8:00 pm | Alaska Airlines Arena @ Hec Ed

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Tickets

Tickets are required for all guests over the age of 2. All graduates will receive 4 complimentary tickets.  All guests over the age of 2 must have a ticket for admission to graduation.  Extra tickets will be on sale online beginning May 4th - June 11th, and then in person at school on after rehearsal on Monday, June 15.  All fines must be paid to pick up extra tickets.  All graduation tickets will be distributed after graduation rehearsal at the NHS stadium ticket booth.[/vc_column_text][cs_divider width="50%"][vc_column_text]

Location

[/vc_column_text][cs_responsive_image size="medium" alignment="alignleft" image="1897" radius="1" in_style="margin-bottom: 20px;"][vc_column_text]Alaska Airlines Arena is located at 3470 Montlake Blvd NE, Seattle, WA. Once you arrive, park in lot E-1.  Limited disabled parking is available in front of the Graves Building just north of the arena, and also in lot E-18.  UW charges for parking, cash only.[/vc_column_text][cs_button shape="rounded" size="lg" href="url:http%3A%2F%2Fwww.bsd405.org%2Fnhs%2Fwp-content%2Fuploads%2Fsites%2F2%2F2016%2F04%2FDirections-to-Alaska-Airlines-Arena.pdf||target:%20_blank" icon="im-download3"]Download Parking Map[/cs_button][cs_space size="25px"][cs_divider width="50%"][vc_column_text]

Graduation Pictures

Are Mom and Dad getting nervous that they won’t be able to take a good picture on graduation night?  Fear not! A photographer from Grad Images will be at your ceremony to take a candid photograph of you at your special moment of recognition! They will take a photo of every graduate as they cross the stage, as well as other photos during the ceremony. [/vc_column_text][/vc_tab][vc_tab title="Other Events" tab_id="1459545338-3-482bbc-ca16" icon="im-trophy-star"][vc_column_text]

 Senior Prom

June 6, 2020 | 9:00 p.m. | TBD

More information on ticket sales:
  • Only seniors are allowed to purchase prom tickets.
  • Seniors can purchase one ticket for themselves and one ticket for a guest.
  • If that guest is not a student at NHS, an accompanying Guest Pass must be completed and turned in to the Main Office before buying tickets.  More information will be posted in May.
  • In order to get the ASB price, students must show a valid student ID card with ASB.
More information you should know:
  • All NHS and BSD rules apply at a school dance.
  • Tickets are non-transferrable. Only the student who the ticket was purchased for may use that ticket to enter the dance.
  • Any non-NHS student must have a Guest Pass.
  • All guests must show a photo ID at the door.
  • For fastest entry, students should bring their ticket and student ID to the dance.
  • There is no re-entry once a student has left the dance.
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Baccalaureate

TBD | TBD | TBD

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Senior Awards

TBD | TBD| Newport High School PAC

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Senior Video

TBD| Following Sr. Awards | Newport High School PAC

Attention seniors! Want to remember the great times you have shared with friends over the past years? Then start sharing your photos for the senior video.  We need pictures of everyone in our graduating class so that we can create a recollection including every student in the class of 2020, so start collecting those photos! [/vc_column_text][cs_divider width="50%"][vc_column_text]

Grad Knight Celebration

June 16, 2020

The annual Grad Knight Celebration is an all-night event for seniors only (and adult chaperones). Newport PTSA coordinates this exciting and safe all-night celebration.  This is an evening filled with friends, food, games, prizes and the making of many great memories.  For more information, visit Gradknight.com. Come celebrate this once-in-a-lifetime event following graduation and have a great time with your class! To keep you and your personal belongings safe…
  1. No cell phones or iPods can come with you
  2. No purses, wallets or backpacks
  3. Leave your cars at home too. Tired teens won’t be driving home, that’s where our parents come into play.
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Important Dates

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Graduation Frequently Asked Questions

Grad Knight Party – PTSA sponsored – click here for contact information and how to pay. Graduation Honor Cords/Ap Capes – optional fees for these items will be added to eligible students’ accounts.  Prices will be posted at a later date.  These items will be available for pick up with the caps & gowns, but are ordered through the school rather than Jostens.  Checks should be made out to NHS. UW Location/parking mapclick here  Disabled parking is available in front of the Graves building just north of Alaska Airlines Arena. Pin for Knight Valor – how to get this – Knight Valor is awarded by PTSA to students who have earned 100 CS hours on top of the 40 hours required for graduation.  Certificates and pins will be handed out sometime in May at school. Jostens information for gown and other items – see the front page of the 2020 Graduation Festivities post.  All payments by check for graduation items ordered directly from Jostens should be made out to Jostens, and sent directly to Jostens.  If you ordered announcements or items other than caps & gowns, they will be available for pick up in April, TBD.  Caps & gowns will be available for pick up on June 3rd after school in the commons. Yearbook and baby ads for seniors – see the Important Dates tab on the graduation page. Graduation ticketsAll graduates will receive 4 complimentary tickets.  All guests over the age of 2 must have a ticket for admission to graduation.  Extra tickets will be on sale online more info to come about ticket sales after 1st semester.  All fines must be paid to pick up extra tickets.  Ticket distribution will take place after rehearsal at the NHS stadium ticket booth. Date and time of graduation – June 16th, 2020 @ 8:00 pm. Fees and fines – Fees and fines can be paid online at Touchbase or at the accounting office in the commons at NHS.  Books, calculators, etc. can be turned in at the accounting office.  Laptops and accessories can be turned in at the tech office in the NHS library. Senior Finals – dates and times - TBD Senior Prom – date and time and location – this will be revealed at the Senior Meeting in April. Graduation Rehearsal – TBD at Newport High School PAC - rehearsal is mandatory.  If you cannot attend, you must meet with Ms. Yahoudy in order to participate in the commencement ceremony. How does a family request a refund on their student's school meal account?  A family may request a refund of their student’s school meal account by completing the Request for Account Adjustment Form. Forms are available from the Lunchroom Cashier or Kitchen Manager. Forms may additionally be requested from the Nutrition Services office at (425) 456-4507 or nutrition@bsd405.org. Processing of refunds may take 14-21 days. Cash refunds or credit card returns are not available.[/vc_column_text][/vc_tab][/vc_tabs][/vc_column][/vc_row]

Need Technology Assistance?

The following locations will be open starting Thursday 3/19/2020 for tech support:   Sammamish High School  -  8am-3pm - MS & HS Students 100 140th Ave SE, Bellevue, WA 98005   Lake Hills Elementary School  -  7:30am-6pm - ES Students 14310 SE 12th Street, Bellevue, WA 98007   Stevenson Elementary -  8am-6pm - ES Students 14220 NE 8th St, Bellevue, WA 98007   Base stations for wireless internet access (hotspots) and laptops are available for student use. They can be checked out from our Technology Department. Please submit your request via the online Student Technology Request Form – English / Spanish. Technology staff will contact families when resources are available for pickup. The preparation of devices can take up to 3 days. Students have access to our Student How-To Guides online. For additional technology help, please email studenthelp@bsd405.org. In-person technology help will be available – more details coming soon.

NEW OPTIONS – Free Meals for Kids & Teens

Free Meals for Kids & Teens – New Options Now Available Nutrition Services has partnered with the BSD Transportation Department to expand meal services options for children during the school closure.   Families now have two options: Curbside Pick-Up or Preorder   Curbside Pick-Up: Families do not need to place a pre-order. Families may drop by any one of three locations to access a meal for curbside service:   Sammamish High School - 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. 100 140th Avenue SE, Bellevue 98005 Lake Hills Elementary - 11 a.m. - 12 p.m. 14310 SE 12th Street, Bellevue 98007 Stevenson Elementary Schools - 11 a.m. - 12 p.m. 12440 NE 8th Street, Bellevue 98007   Learn more at https://bsd405.org/services/nutrition-services/free-meals/grab-go-meals/.   Preorder for Pick-Up at Selected Neighborhood Locations: Families may preorder a meal for their children using our online order form. Meals will be delivered by BSD bus drivers to their choice of 30+ locations around the district. Meals must be preordered each day between 6:00 p.m. and 9:00 a.m. Please review the menu, pick-up locations and more information on our website: www.bsd405.org/meal-order   For our Curbside or Preorder programs: Free meals are available for kids & teens, ages 18 and younger. A free breakfast (vegetarian) will be provided with each meal. Children do not need to be enrolled in the Bellevue School District to receive a meal.   Please follow safe social distance guidelines if a line forms at any of the curbside or pickup locations.

Camp Sparkle looking for Camp Counselors

Camp Sparkle, from Cancer Pathways (formerly Gilda's Club Seattle), is a free summer day camp for children ages 6-12 who have a loved one with cancer or have cancer themselves.  Their goal is to ensure that no family or child has to face cancer alone. Every summer they look for motivated and enthusiastic high school students to volunteer a week of their time at Camp Sparkle as volunteer Camp Counselors.  Each volunteer earns 40 hours of community service and gets an opportunity to work this special population.  This is a particularly meaningful opportunity for teens who have their own cancer experience. Seattle          July 6th -- 10th            Cancer Pathways, 9am-4pm Tacoma        July 13th - 17th             Star Center, 9:30am -- 3:30pm July 20th -- 24th          Star Center 9:30am -- 3:30pm Bellevue     August 3rd -- 7th          Jubilee Reach, 9am -- 4pm Everett          August 10th -- 14th      Everett Legion Hall, 9am -- 4pm   For details, visit:  https://cancerpathways.org/how-to-help/ Questions?  Contact the Family Program Manager, Maddie Ritter, at 206-709-1400 or maddie@cancerpathways.org  

Carla B. Vendeland Scholarship Application Deadline 5/22/2020

Carla B. Vendeland Scholarship Application Deadline - 5/22/20 In 1987, Newport High School parent Carla Vendeland created the PTSA Knight Valor program recognizing Newport High School students who made a difference in their community through their extraordinary volunteer efforts.  Mrs. Vendeland passed away in 1994.  In her memory and in honor of her dedication to our community, the Carla B. Vendeland Scholarship was established in 1996.  This year, one male and one female student will be awarded $1,000 each. To qualify for the scholarship, students must be: 1) a graduating senior; and 2) earned the PTSA Knight Valor Award (a minimum of 140 hours of community service) To apply for the Carla Vendeland Scholarship, send your application to scholarship.nhsptsa@gmail.com by Friday, May 22nd, 2020.  Your application MUST include the following three (3) pages: Page One (1):  Provide your personal information.
  • Student name
  • Student ID number
  • Home mailing address
  • Phone number; and
  • Email address
Page Two (2):  Provide an essay of no more than 400 words describing your most rewarding volunteer activity or activities.  In your essay, explain what you learned about community need and the impact of your work.  You may also discuss how or why you are committed to serving your community in the future. Page Three (3): Provide a document showing your community service hours. A screen shot of your hours from x2vol  is sufficient.  Make sure the page includes your name. Application Deadline: May 22nd, 2020

Knight Valor Hour Approval Deadline – 5/22/20

Knight Valor Hour Approval Deadline - 5/22/20 Knight Valor is a Newport High School PTSA program designed to recognize students who have completed 140 or more community service hours during high school. Students who have met the Knight Valor requirements are recognized the following ways:  Juniors receive a certificate; Seniors receive a certificate, pin, and recognition in the graduation brochure. All community service hours must recorded, submitted and approved in x2vol to count towards the Knight Valor requirement.  Community service hours must be approved by May 22, 2020 in order to be eligible for the Knight Valor award in 2020.  Guidelines for acceptable community service hours for Knight Valor are the same as those for the BSD graduation requirement.  Namely, the community service must be done for schools, non-profit agencies, and/or religious organizations. (https://bsd405.org/nhs/counseling/community-service/). There is no separate application process for Knight Valor awards.  We will simply look at the number of approved hours in x2vol to determine students who qualify for the award. Students who do not wish to be recognized as a Knight Valor award recipient must send an email to knightvalor.nhsptsa@gmail.com. Questions or inquiries should be sent to knightvalor.nhsptsa@gmail.com.  

Daily Bulletin – Tuesday, March 3, 2020

Daily Bulletin – Tuesday, March 3, 2020   Altered Schedule TODAY- Tuesday, March 3rd: SEL #3 Assembly   This Week’s Student Events and Activities TOLO Tickets are on sale through Touchbase (link) this week for a discounted “early bird” price of $9 with ASB and $12 without. Physical tickets will be handed out with a student ID and proof of purchase in the commons the week after, during both lunches.  Please keep your receipt for ticket verification.   Phantom Lake Elementary needs volunteers for their Science Fair on Thursday, April 2nd from 5:30-8pm! Volunteers will be helping at Science Fair vendor booths helping with fun and interactive activities with our elementary students & families. Please contact Carrie Lascano at carrielascano@gmail.com to sign up to volunteer!   The Newport Boys Soccer Program tryouts are Tuesday & Wednesday March 3rd & 4th from 3:45pm-6:30pm at Newport Stadium.  Tryouts are counted as the first three (3) practices toward the required ten (10) to play in games.  Students/parents should sign up now through Final Forms.  All forms/signatures complete by student and parent, along with a player physical on file is required to tryout/practice.  If a player missed impact testing last week, they can still attend tryouts and we will get their testing done this week.   Spring Sports Night for Parents and Athletes is Thursday, March 5th, 7pm, in the Main Gym.   Volunteer for the annual Knights of Pi Math Competition on March 7th. Be a part of this fun and competitive middle school math competition to earn volunteer hours. For more information, go to www.newport mathclub.org  

The BOOM and SHOUT Experience Conferences are happening on March 24th and 26th! These conferences are designed for students that racially identify as African, Black, Hispanic, LatinX, Native American, Southeast Asian, Pacific Islander or mix of any. This program provides an opportunity for students to connect, be inspired, find support and to be led and taught by people who also racially identify like them. Students will spend the day learning and engaging in discussion around race, culture, leadership and self-empowerment. For more information or to sign up: Students who identify as male - https://bsd405.org/departments/equity/boom/ Students who identify as female - https://bsd405.org/departments/equity/shout/   General Information The Attendance Office has a new check in kiosk!  Always have your ASB card with you or use the Synergy app on your phone and pull up your ID card located in the bottom right corner. You can also log in using the same log in as your BSD student computer. Thank you for your patience with this new system.   If you are interested in competition science and you want to learn about a variety of advanced STEM topics, join Science Olympiad Club. We meet every Tuesday at 3:30pm in room 1404.   Parking Ticket Dispute Hours: Mr. Spichak will hold office hours Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday after school from 3:10PM to 3:45PM; Wednesday mornings from 7:30AM till 7:50AM, as well as after school from 1:00PM till 1:20PM. His office is in the library, left-hand side, L#3.   Newport Music Creators Club is now every Thursday in room 1233, 3:30pm to 4:30pm. Come and join us if you are interested in in making music and having a place to share.   Each of our middle schools are looking for high school students to volunteer as camp counselors for 6th Grade Outdoor Education Camp. By volunteering, high school students can earn up to 50 community service hours. But more importantly, they will be looked to as a guide, friend, example, advisor, and a source of inspiration. In order to be considered for a camp counselor position applicant should:  
  • Be in 10th, 11th or 12th grade (11th or 12th grade only for Newport High School)
  • Be a student in good standing (2.5 GPA, no failing classes, on track to graduate)
  • Have been consistently on time to school and classes
  • Have no prior discipline issues
  • Please note – high schoolers may only serve on one camp
  • Apply Online in the BSD Student Portal (link).
  The Student Store is now open 1st and 2nd lunch; accepting cash or credit.   Peer Tutors Wanted for all levels of math & science. Peer tutors receive community service hours for their assistance. Students who want to be a Peer Tutor can sign up in the Main Office.   Class of 2020 NHS Seniors! Class of 2020 Graduation Festivities page is now live!   Grad Knight Registration & Ticket Purchase links are live! This all-night celebration for seniors begins directly after the graduation ceremony June 16, 2020. The ticket includes transportation to multiple events with food, drink, and GREAT entertainment. This event is sponsored by NHS PTSA to help keep seniors safe!  If you are interested in a payment plan or scholarship, please contact gradknightcommittee@gmail.com.   What’s for Lunch: Tuesday, March 3rd: Nacho: Seasoned Beef &/or Veg. Refried Beans, Jalapeno Cheese Sauce, and WG Corn Tortilla Chips Wednesday, March 4th: EXPRESS LUNCH (Deli Turkey Sub Sandwich, Pizza, Burgers & Grab’n Go) Thursday, March 5th: Chicken & Waffles w/Maple-flavored Syrup Friday, March 6th: Chicken a la King & Ancient Grain Pilaf Monday, March 9th: General Tso’s Chicken, Brown Rice & Steamed Broccoli Tuesday, March 10th: BBQ Pulled Pork Sandwich on a Pretzel Roll, Thick-Cut Baked Fries & Coleslaw on the Salad Bar Wednesday, March 11th: EXPRESS LUNCH (Deli Turkey Sub Sandwich, Pizza, Burgers & Grab’n Go) Thursday, March 12th: Italian Meatballs, Penne pasta & Garlic Bread Friday, March 13th: Roasted Chicken Legs, Potato au Gratin & Whole Wheat Roll     Upcoming Dates & Reminders Tuesday, 03/03/20 – Principal’s Coffee – Introductions, Conversation, Questions – 8:15am-9:30am Wednesday, 03/04/20 – Eastshore Band Festival – All Day Wednesday, 03/04/20 – 2020-2021 Incoming Freshman Parent Registration Information Night – 6:30pm Thursday, 03/05/20 – Spring Sports Night for Parents and Athletes – NHS Gym – 7pm Monday, 03/09/20 – Friday, 03/13/20 – Color Wars Spirit Week Tuesday, 03/10/20 – Festival Rehearsals – 3pm Wednesday, 03/11/20 – Eastshore Orchestra 1 Festival at Newport – All Day Wednesday, 03/11/20 – Band Concert – 7pm Thursday, 03/12/20 – Eastshore Band II Festival – All Day Thursday, 03/19/20 – Eastshore Orchestra II Festival – All Day Friday, 03/20/20 – January Snow Day Make-Up Day Saturday, 03/21/20 – Newport Jazz Festival – All Day Wednesday, 03/25/20 – Band Concert (Zone with Tyee) – 7pm Thursday, 03/26/20 – Choir Concert – 6:30pm Tuesday, 06/16/20 - Class of 2020 Graduation - University of Washington Alaska Airlines Arena Monday, 06/22/20 - January Snow Day Make-Up Day   KCLS News King County Library System: Life After High School Programs   College & Career Center News College visits are intended for students only. The following is an abbreviated list for the coming week. Please visit the College & Career Center webpage for additional news and information.   Athletics & ASB Activities Newport HS Athletics NHS Activities Naviance Club Directory   Useful Links: Let's Take Care of Each Other Bellevue School District Home Page  Newport High School Emergency Closures

Daily Bulletin – Monday, March 2, 2020

Daily Bulletin – Monday, March 2, 2020   Altered Schedule Monday, March 2nd: Elective Fair Altered Schedule Tuesday, March 3rd: SEL #3 Assembly   This Week’s Student Events and Activities Azusa Pacific University will be in the Newport Library Tuesday, March 3rd during 2nd lunch for a meet and greet with students.   If you are interested in Aerospace and learning about the Aviation industry join Rocketry, Stem League, and Astronomy in Room 3106, Friday, March 6 2020, at 3:35pm to hear a guest speaker share their experience!   TOLO Tickets are on sale through Touchbase (link) this week for a discounted “early bird” price of $9 with ASB and $12 without. Physical tickets will be handed out with a student ID and proof of purchase in the commons the week after, during both lunches.  Please keep your receipt for ticket verification.   Join us in celebrating all women, the women we are and are becoming, the women in our lives, and the women in our society. The International Women’s Celebration is Friday, March 6, 2020, at Sammamish High School 4:30 to 8:30pm. Contact Jess Garcia at jessjean@hotmail.com for any questions or visit www.bellevueptsacouncil.com for additional information.   Phantom Lake Elementary needs volunteers for their Science Fair on Thursday, April 2nd from 5:30-8pm! Volunteers will be helping at Science Fair vendor booths helping with fun and interactive activities with our elementary students & families. Please contact Carrie Lascano at carrielascano@gmail.com to sign up to volunteer!   The Newport Boys Soccer Program tryouts are Monday, Tuesday, & Wednesday March 2nd, 3rd & 4th from 3:45pm-6:30pm at Newport Stadium.  Tryouts are counted as the first three (3) practices toward the required ten (10) to play in games.  Students/parents should sign up now through Final Forms.  All forms/signatures complete by student and parent, along with a player physical on file is required to tryout/practice.  If a player missed impact testing last week, they can still attend tryouts and we will get their testing done this week.   First Day of Practice for ALL Spring Sports is Monday, March 2, 2020. Spring Sports Night for Parents and Athletes is Thursday, March 5th, 7pm, in the Main Gym.   Volunteer for the annual Knights of Pi Math Competition on March 7th. Be a part of this fun and competitive middle school math competition to earn volunteer hours. For more information, go to www.newport mathclub.org   The BOOM and SHOUT Experience Conferences are happening on March 24th and 26th! These conferences are designed for students that racially identify as African, Black, Hispanic, LatinX, Native American, Southeast Asian, Pacific Islander or mix of any. This program provides an opportunity for students to connect, be inspired, find support and to be led and taught by people who also racially identify like them. Students will spend the day learning and engaging in discussion around race, culture, leadership and self-empowerment. For more information or to sign up: Students who identify as male - https://bsd405.org/departments/equity/boom/ Students who identify as female - https://bsd405.org/departments/equity/shout/    General Information The Attendance Office has a new check in kiosk!  Always have your ASB card with you or use the Synergy app on your phone and pull up your ID card located in the bottom right corner. You can also log in using the same log in as your BSD student computer. Thank you for your patience with this new system.   If you are interested in competition science and you want to learn about a variety of advanced STEM topics, join Science Olympiad Club. We meet every Tuesday at 3:30pm in room 1404.   Parking Ticket Dispute Hours: Mr. Spichak will hold office hours Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday after school from 3:10PM to 3:45PM; Wednesday mornings from 7:30AM till 7:50AM, as well as after school from 1:00PM till 1:20PM. His office is in the library, left-hand side, L#3.    Newport Music Creators Club is now every Thursday in room 1233, 3:30pm to 4:30pm. Come and join us if you are interested in in making music and having a place to share.    Each of our middle schools are looking for high school students to volunteer as camp counselors for 6th Grade Outdoor Education Camp. By volunteering, high school students can earn up to 50 community service hours. But more importantly, they will be looked to as a guide, friend, example, advisor, and a source of inspiration. In order to be considered for a camp counselor position applicant should:
  • Be in 10th, 11th or 12th grade (11th or 12th grade only for Newport High School)
  • Be a student in good standing (2.5 GPA, no failing classes, on track to graduate)
  • Have been consistently on time to school and classes
  • Have no prior discipline issues
  • Please note – high schoolers may only serve on one camp
  • Apply Online in the BSD Student Portal (link).
  The Student Store is now open 1st and 2nd lunch; accepting cash or credit.   Peer Tutors Wanted for all levels of math & science. Peer tutors receive community service hours for their assistance. Students who want to be a Peer Tutor can sign up in the Main Office.    Class of 2020 NHS Seniors! Class of 2020 Graduation Festivities page is now live!   Grad Knight Registration & Ticket Purchase links are live! This all-night celebration for seniors begins directly after the graduation ceremony June 16, 2020. The ticket includes transportation to multiple events with food, drink, and GREAT entertainment. This event is sponsored by NHS PTSA to help keep seniors safe!  If you are interested in a payment plan or scholarship, please contact gradknightcommittee@gmail.com.   What’s for Lunch: Monday, March 2nd: Fish Basket: Breaded Alaska Pollock wedge, Baked Fries, Whole Grain Roll & Tartar Sauce on the Condiment Bar. Tuesday, March 3rd: Nacho: Seasoned Beef &/or Veg. Refried Beans, Jalapeno Cheese Sauce, and WG Corn Tortilla Chips Wednesday, March 4th: EXPRESS LUNCH (Deli Turkey Sub Sandwich, Pizza, Burgers & Grab’n Go) Thursday, March 5th: Chicken & Waffles w/Maple-flavored Syrup Friday, March 6th: Chicken a la King & Ancient Grain Pilaf   Upcoming Dates & Reminders Monday, 03/02/00 – Parent Registration Night for 2020-2021 – Current Sophomores, Juniors & Seniors – 6:30pm Monday, 03/02/20 - First Day of Practice for ALL Spring Sports Tuesday, 03/03/20 – Principal’s Coffee – Introductions, Conversation, Questions – 8:15am-9:30am Wednesday, 03/04/20 – Eastshore Band Festival – All Day Wednesday, 03/04/20 – 2020-2021 Incoming Freshman Parent Registration Information Night – 6:30pm Thursday, 03/05/20 – Spring Sports Night for Parents and Athletes – NHS Gym – 7pm Monday, 03/09/20 – Friday, 03/13/20 – Color Wars Spirit Week Tuesday, 03/10/20 – Festival Rehearsals – 3pm Wednesday, 03/11/20 – Eastshore Orchestra 1 Festival at Newport – All Day Wednesday, 03/11/20 – Band Concert – 7pm Thursday, 03/12/20 – Eastshore Band II Festival – All Day Thursday, 03/19/20 – Eastshore Orchestra II Festival – All Day Friday, 03/20/20 – January Snow Day Make-Up Day Saturday, 03/21/20 – Newport Jazz Festival – All Day Wednesday, 03/25/20 – Band Concert (Zone with Tyee) – 7pm Thursday, 03/26/20 – Choir Concert – 6:30pm Tuesday, 06/16/20 - Class of 2020 Graduation - University of Washington Alaska Airlines Arena Monday, 06/22/20 - January Snow Day Make-Up Day   KCLS News King County Library System: Life After High School Programs   College & Career Center News College visits are intended for students only. The following is an abbreviated list for the coming week. Please visit the College & Career Center webpage for additional news and information.   Athletics & ASB Activities Newport HS Athletics NHS Activities Naviance Club Directory   Useful Links: Let's Take Care of Each Other Bellevue School District Home Page  Newport High School Emergency Closures